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#055 | Steve Glaveski - Being Time Rich, Entrepreneurship Lessons, Innovating in a Pandemic & the Reverse Side Hustle

av Agile Ideas | Publicerades 10/5/2020

Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster, providing services of management consulting, business consulting, and Human Resources consulting. He runs Collective Campus, recognised in 2018 as one of Australia's fastest-growing new companies by the AFR. Collective Campus is a  corporate innovation and startup accelerator based in Australia and Singapore that’s been home to over 100 startups that have raised more than US$25M and has worked with the likes of Village Roadshow, BNP Paribas, Clifford Chance, Microsoft, MetLife, KWM, NAB Sportsbet, Australian Unity, Mills Oakley, and others on their corporate innovation programs. Steve hosts the Future Squared podcast, winner of the 2017 Australian Podcasting Awards People’s Choice award in the Business category, and now 370 episodes strong. His work has been featured in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Australian Financial Review, Tech in Asia, and numerous other outlets.He also founded Lemonade Stand, a children’s entrepreneurship program and now, SaaS platform, that has been delivered to kids across Australia and Singapore. Steve is the author of Employee to Entrepreneur: How To Earn Your Freedom and Do Work That Matters, (Wiley, 2019), the children’s picture book, Lemonade Stand: From Idea to Entrepreneur (2019), and the forthcoming Time Rich (2020, Wiley).Steve Glaveski is a serial entrepreneur and someone I have been following for a few years ever since meeting him at a large Start-Up Grind event. His enthusiasm and calm demeanor really took me by surprise as Steve has several successful Businesses and is also an author, podcaster, and loves a bit of stand up comedy. In this episode, Steve and I explore:How he founded NOFilter, a media company during the COVID-19 PandemicHow to build an innovative organisation and what it meansHis best tips on being time rich and his view on the 6-hour workdayHow to stay organized as a multi-business ownerAnd why it is so important to get kids to interact with entrepreneurship at a young ageYou can reach out to Steve via his website or by going to LinkedIn This podcast is sponsored by Agile Management Office ( providing high impact delivery execution in an agile era for scaling businesses and educating through our Agile Ideas series Thank you for listening to this podcast. We welcome any feedback. Make sure you subscribe to our newsletter to receive access to special events, checklists, and blogs that are not available everywhere.  You can also find us on most social media channels by searching 'Agile Ideas'.Follow me on LinkedIn - go to Fatimah Abbouchi - Thank you for listening, PLEASE share or rate this if you enjoyed it. #AgileIdeas 

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